Jessica enlisted the help of her darling children to make this delightful distressed art. The way she gathered the letters is so clever and so elementary, you’ll wish you had thought of it first! Here’s what we’ll need to make one for ourselves:
one or more digital cameras if you’d like to make the project a family affair
2009 has seen plenty of typography inspired design, from vintage sign lettering to bold alphabets in prints and wall decals. So, it certainly makes sense to take the trend full circle, and use letters to support literature, the very records of language. Designed by recent industrial design graduate Pieter de Leeuw, the letters are made from expanded polystyrene and coated for wear and tear. A remake should be easy enough, provided you can get your hands on the right materials and support it well. Continue Reading
From Seaside Inspired, these 6″ letters of the alphabet are covered in Cape Cod sand and then clear-coated. They’re 18 bucks a piece, but you can find paper-mache and wooden letters at your local craft store for next to nothing. A slathering of craft glue, a dip in some sand from a nearby beach (or from the craft store) and a spray of fixative and you’d have a viable knock off.